Some Tenn. parents turn from private to public schools during recession

The economic recession and high unemployment rate is leading to more parents transferring their children from expensive private schools to public schools, Tennessee officials report. One public-school district enrolled 500 students this year who attended private schools last year. However, some private schools say they are offering more financial aid in order to keep students, and parents are adjusting their budgets in order to pay tuition.

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